Ecdysi in a sentence

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A skin of some dimension was cast in the 16th century, and another towards the end of the 18th, while, within the last fifty years, the extraordinary growth of every department of physical science has spread among us mental food of so nutritious and stimulating a character that a new ecdysis seems imminent.
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Associated words: plumassier, pterylography, endysis, ecdysis, moult, moulting, mew, desplumation, preen, barb, midrib, shaft, barbule, pompon, plumassary. feathery, a. plumy, pennaceous. feature, n. aspect, appearance; lineament; trait, characteristic, peculiarity.
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Associated Words: trichology, depilatory, depilitant, depilate, depilation, disheveled, bandeau, barrette, tonsure, pomade, follicle, sac, fillet, ecdysis, endysis, bandoline, piliferous, piliform, piligerous, coiffeur, tousled. hairiness, n. hirsuteness, hirsuties, pubescence, villosity, capillament, hypertrichosis. hairless, a. bald, glabrous, depilous. hairsplitting, a. subtle, fine. hair-worm, n. gordius. hairy, a. hirsute, shaggy, bristly, pubescent. half, adv.
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Examples of Ecdysi

Example #1
But this is a process not unusually accompanied by many throes and some sickness and debility, or, it may be, by graver disturbances; so that every good citizen must feel bound to facilitate the process, and even if he have nothing but a scalpel to work withal, to ease the cracking integument to the best of his ability.
Example #2
Since the revival of learning, whereby the Western races of Europe were enabled to enter upon that progress towards true knowledge, which was commenced by the philosophers of Greece, but was almost arrested in subsequent long ages of intellectual stagnation, or, at most, gyration, the human larva has been feeding vigorously, and moulting in proportion.
Example #3
See weak. feeble-minded, a. half-witted, defective, imbecile. feeble-minded person, defective, imbecile. feed, v. bait, regale. feed, n. provender, fodder. feel, v. touch, handle; grope, grabble; experience, suffer.
Example #4
Antonyms: insentient, unfeeling, stoic, impassive. feeling, n. sensibility, sensation, sentiency; emotion.
Example #5
Associated Word: semilunar. halfway, adv.
Example #6
H Habit, n. wont, custom, practice, usage, habitude, addiction, way, routine.